At this point in your college career you are probably most used to projects that can be completed in the span of one semester. Your thesis project will likely span multiple semesters and may be larger than any project you’ve taken on in the past. For those reasons alone, it’s important to look at examples.
Examples can also help you:
- Learn about potential topics
- Think creatively and reflectively about your interests and how you will contribute to your field
- Determine scope and scale of an Honors thesis (as opposed to a Master’s thesis or Doctoral dissertation)
- Identify potential thesis supervisors
- Understand methods that may be beneficial in completing your thesis
There are two ways to search:
- UConn’s Digital Commons contains many recent Honors theses.
- All Honors theses written since 2006 are listed in the following PDFs and hyperlinked to Digital Commons where available:
If a thesis is available in Digital Commons, the title will be linked in the PDFs. Theses not available via Digital Commons are available for viewing only in the Honors Program office in ROWE/CUE 419 (for current academic year or previous academic year) or in the University Archives in the Dodd Research Center. A special request to view must be arranged through Betsy Pittman for any thesis in the Archives.
Note: Questions about the PDFs may be directed to the Honors Program Office.